5 billion raised in this way will be used in the construction of several housing projects for low income earners in Nanjing, including low-income housing project in Maigaoqiao Innovation Park in Qixia District, affordable housing and low-income housing projects in Jiangning District.
What does LIH stand for?
LIH stands for Low-Income Housing
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We have 18 other meanings of LIH in our Acronym Attic
- Left Inguinal Hernia
- Leucine-Induced Hypoglycemia
- Life Is Hell (cartoon series by Matt Groening)
- Light Intensity High (airport runway lighting)
- Lihir (Summer Institute of Linguistics language code)
- Linear, Isotropic, Homogeneous (electromagnetism)
- Linux India Help
- Lithium Hydride
- Logical Interface Handle (RSVP Message Structure C-Type Fields)
- Lost in Hole
- Lowermoor Incident Health Advisory Group (UK)
- Labrador Inuit Health Commission (Canada)
- Leadership Institute at Harvard College (Cambridge, MA)
- Lloyd International Honors College (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
- London InterCommunity Health Centre (London, Ontario, Canada)
- Long Island Hardcore (band)
- Low-Income Housing Credit
- Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (New York)
- Low Income Housing Credit (IRS)
- Low Input High Diversity
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org&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Tribune%20Feed:%20Main%20Feed By Ryan Murphy Use our interactive map to view the roughly 70 low-income housing projects that bypassed the state's point system and got board-approved for coveted tax credit subsidies over the last decade - subsidies worth a combined $660 million.
Wen repeated government promises to curb property speculation, which is blamed for stoking prices, and ensure an adequate supply of low-income housing.
``You cannot provide low-income housing without a subsidy.
So The Woodlawn Organization came in, and started building low-income housing for people.
5 million in fees on the GSEs so it could better enforce its affordable and low-income housing regulations.
5 billion low-income housing tax credit equity program.
With a growing demand for low-income rental properties, it wasn't surprising when the Reagan Administration's President's Commission on Privatization identified low-income housing construction as a government service that ought to be privatized as well.